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Eat Your Kimchi

Eat Your Kimchi was a production company based in South Korea that publishes videos featuring the two creators, Simon and Martina Stawski. They are known for their videos which compare the differences in Korean and Western culture. The YouTube channel featuring their videos is the 18th most popular in Korea and the YouTube portion of their videos accumulated more than 239 million views as of October 6, 2015 on four separate channels. The Stawskis have been interviewed by various media outlets around the world.

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Sorry for the repost below. They also have a new segment, D I C K S - Discussing Interesting Contemporary Korean Slang. I think it is the Saturday release.

Contributed by Lisa Chong

Their dog is named Spudgy and their cat is named Meemers! Spudgy has a "mohawk" that was green and now is blue!

Contributed by Lisa Chong

Their dog is named Spudgy and their cat is named Meemers! Spudgy has a "mohawk" that was green and now is blue!

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They originally were teachers in Korea but now they've moved onto full time blogging.

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